by Eric Goodman, PhD

Telling oneself not to be anxious during the COVID-19 pandemic is like trying to tell water not to be wet. These are anxious times.

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I’ve heard from friends countless times that they have considered therapy, but their lives were just too busy for it. Maybe when they had more time, they’d say.

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Coronavirus has turned our world upside down. Many businesses that typically require being present in person are shut down and unable to operate.

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For people with anxiety, depression, or addictions, the internet can be helpful or harmful.

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In this blog post we will provide a description of Problematic Internet Use, describe screening measures existing in the field and key unanswered questions, provide clinical patients examples, introduce COST project, suggest a design of an upcoming

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In this blog post, I explain how digital therapeutics are revolutionizing healthcare and medicine as we know it. In particular, I will analyze what this means for depression treatment.

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